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  • Re: Your mission, should you choose to accept it

    If you don't mind a low-tech method, the fuse effect was done on one of my company's promo videos by lighting a horizontally mounted sparkler, and superimposing a solid white line over the body of the sparkler using the titler.&nbsp; The video is&nbsp; here .&nbsp; The fuse effect is about 55 seconds in. &nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by MRMellen on June 7, 2011
  • Re: How would I build this special effect?

    I'm not at home to verify this, but I think Bluff Titler has everything you need to create this effect.&nbsp; I believe they have an example of a text string rotating around a spinning earth, and you can tweak the text to be just about anything.&nbsp; If it's not in their examples, then somebody on this forum created it, and it should be available ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by MRMellen on July 23, 2010
  • Re: Advice - Format for ripping CD music?

    I always use WAV format for all of my sound work - video, community theatre sound effects, music CD burning, etc.&nbsp; The WAV format just seems to be more compatible with the various tools I use and have used in the past - Audacity, Nero, etc.
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by MRMellen on May 8, 2008
  • Re: 2 hour movie on a DVD with no quality loss?

    I recently put a 2:45 minute video on a single layer (4.7 Gb) DVD. I couldn't see any significant degradation in quality, and nobody else who watched it complained, either.&nbsp; Admittedly, the video was of a production without a lot of quick movement in it, so any motion artifacts caused by a lower bit rate wouldn't be as obvious. I do, ...
    Posted to Studio - Make Movie (Forum) by MRMellen on May 6, 2008
  • Re: First off-topic thread -- how about a "What was your first computer" poll?

    I can't remember the name of the company, but my first home computer was built completely from a&nbsp;kit - computer, ASCII terminal (1200 baud!) and cassette tape interface.&nbsp; It was 6800 based, with 8K of memory on an expansion board (another kit).&nbsp; I later added on a ''stringy floppy'' operating system.&nbsp; This was a tape based ...
    Posted to Off-Topic Discussion (Forum) by MRMellen on October 8, 2007
  • Selling raffle tickets (?)

    For two years in a row, I was in productions of A Tuna Christmas. This is one of a trilogy of plays about the residents of a small Texas town. In the play, each location is supposed to have its own unique Christmas tree.&nbsp; We built most of the trees, but for the wealthy family in town we decided to buy a pre-decorated tree. To help defray the ...
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